This book has been a long time in the making. It was on a road trip across the United States in the early l950’s that Erich Hartmann first saw the expanse and fertility of the country’s heartland. Later that year an assignment from the Pillsbury Company took him to Centralia Kansas to photograph the young winner of a baking contest.
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